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MeeGo Is Starting To Be Usable On The Nokia N900

The Nokia N900 mobile-phone was released nearly one year ago with the Linux-based Maemo 5 operating system, but earlier this year is when Nokia and Intel decided to combine their Linux-based Maemo and Moblin operating systems, respectively, to form MeeGo. The MeeGo Linux distribution is now running well on Intel...

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Nokia Introduces the Qt Roadmap

Nokia outline a Symbian / MeeGo future for the Qt UI toolkit, with GPU acceleration offering improved performance, Qt Quick providing easier ways to create user interfaces and a more modular Qt...

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Motorola to Start Rolling Out Froyo Update to European Milestones

Motorola has confirmed that, from next week, it will start user trials of an over-the-air upgrade for its European Milestone smartphones that will upgrade the onboard version of Google's open source Android mobile operating system to version 2.2...

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MeeGo and WebOS Smartphone Launches Move to 2011

An Intel exec said that MeeGo-based smartphones and tablets won't hit the market until the first half of 2011, according to an eWEEK report.

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Amazon.com Leads Pack of New Android App Stores

Amazon.com will soon offer an Android app store to compete with Google's Android market, a second industry report has confirmed. The effort joins Verizon's recent Android-ready V Cast Apps store, as well as an Android & app-pack& service announced last week by Sprint....

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